nrl betting

Rugby League is a popular winter sport in Australia and NRL betting is big business, especially around State Of Origin time and Grand Final week.

Online bookies have plenty of betting markets available on the NRL including Head to Head, Margin betting, Line betting, First Tryscorer, Half-time/Full-time and more.

Betting on the NRL is also enhanced by some innovative bet types such as Scorecast, Player Markets, Handicap markets, 1st Half Markets, 2nd Half Markets, and Doubles Markets, which all add excitement to the game.

Our preferred bookmaker for NRL betting during the Rugby League season is Sportsbet because you get top odds and fantastic NRL money back specials.

NRL Betting Markets

The NRL generally takes place from Friday night to Monday night providing plenty of betting opportunities for punters. Popular NRL betting markets can be found below.

  • NRL $501 Free Bet – Claim a $501 free bet on any NRL match when you join Sportsbet.
  • NRL odds – Latest Premiership, Wooden Spoon, Top 8 & Top 4 betting odds.
  • Dally M Award odds – Latest odds for Dally M Award winner.

We also recommend William Hill, CrownBet and Ladbrokes for a huge range of betting markets on the NRL.

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Rugby League in Australia

The National Rugby League (NRL) is the major domestic rugby league competition in Australia and New Zealand and is played between March and October each year. The Dally M Award is awarded to the best player of the NRL season.

The State Of Origin series between New South Wales (NSW) and Queensland (QLD) is one of the biggest events of the Rugby League year and always attracts huge crowds of passionate fans.

Latest NRL News

MANLY have sought to draw a line underneath their ill-fated trip to Gladstone after slugging four players with $1500 fines for their visit to a strip club.

MANLY appears to be falling apart from the inside.

MELBOURNE has been dealt a cruel blow on the eve of their Anzac Day clash with the Warriors.

HE’S the $600,000 five-eighth playing Queensland Cup.

MANLY have sought to draw a line underneath their ill-fated trip to Gladstone after slugging four players with $1500 fines for their visit to a strip club.
Three days after Cherry-Evans was fined $10,000 following a physical altercation with teammate Jackson Hastings, the club issued breach notices to four more players for breaking curfew.

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